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Nomination papers for Hroton's elected offices are available as of February 3, 2020. If you’ve thought about applying your skills or pursuing an interest serving in an elected capacity, now is the time! Almost all offices have an expiring terms.      A complete list of openings is available at...
The Groton Dunstable Education Foundation (GDEF) is a local, non-profit, volunteer organization that supports all five District Schools with grants above and beyond the school budget, directly benefiting students. Our first grant cycle concluded in October. We were thrilled to award 6 Major...
Having lived in Groton since 1991, I know how skilled, dedicated and well-trained the Groton Police force are. I want to thank Chief Luth for making available to the officers the state-of-the-art Mobile Training simulator as described in the January 17 edition of the Groton Herald.      Members...
To Groton's Select Board:      We strongly urge the Select Board members to retain our Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding at 3%. A number of significant land conservation projects have been completed because of the funds set aside by the CPA fee and state match. We now enjoy the benefits...
Once again the spirit of the December holidayswas alive in our community as demonstrated by the outpouring of assistance given to the Community Children’s Fund. This Fund was begun by the Commissioners of Trust Funds over twenty-five years ago to help local families in need during the December...
We are fortunate in Groton to have excellent Police and Fire Departments. The Police skill testing in the Mobile Training Simulator as described in last week’s (January 17, 2020) Groton Herald is evidence of that.      The training and experience in resolving threatening scenarios peacefully...
On behalf of the Board of Directors, Staff, and especially the clients at Loaves & Fishes, I would like to express my sincere thanks for the overwhelming support we received from the community during the holiday season.      The outpouring of food, financial support and volunteer time...
Next Tuesday, January 21, 2020, marks the tenth anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s calamitous Citizens United v. FEC decision. In this decision the court ruled that corporations have the same Constitutional rights as real people and struck down spending limits in political campaigns. This...
In order to achieve more work-life balance, Katie Novak has decided to step down from her role as the assistant superintendent as of June 30, 2020.      I would like to thank Katie for the immeasurable contributions she has given to the district. We are sad to see her choose to step out of this...
It is our goal to communicate with our school community as quickly and as transparently as possible. However, there are times when issues arise that we must legally follow a protocol regarding necessary investigations and limits regarding communication as is required by law.      We have...

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